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. >> thank you. >> thanks joe and becky. >>> still to come an "squawk," ceo jim rohr. and former tennessee governor phil bredesen and ceo michael ward. stick around. >>> the watchdogs of wall street. meet the whilst blower who helped the sec blow the lid off a multi-million ponzi scheme. >> were you scared? >> i was, i was terrified. >> today at 11:00 a.m. eastern cnbc. >>> when we come back, policymakers and csc michael ward. >>> and we are welcoming pnc financial chairman and ceo, jim rohr. he's our guest host today. good to see you. great. we'll be right back. ♪ [ construction sounds ] ♪ [ watch ticking ] [ engine revs ] come in. ♪ got the coffee. that was fast. we're outta here. ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ nothing. are you stealing our daughter's school supplies and taking them to work? no, i was just looking for my stapler and my... this thing. i save money by using fedex ground and buy my own supplies. that's a great idea. i'm going to go... we got clients in today. [ male announcer ] save on ground shipping at fedex office. >>> fixing the debt threat. >> where's all the money? >>
japan. now it's done in tennessee. >> building them there. >> exactly. now quick charging. quick charging infrastructure. we need to do more with states, cities in order to make sure that consumer buying electric car won't have to worry about where you're going to charge. so we're going to be working on it and the car is going to continue to develop. >> are you disappointed with the sales in a sense that you thought you would have a greater acceptance rate amongst people with electric vehicles? are you now saying, maybe electric vehicles are not going to be as popular as we first thought? >> i was ceo of any car company you're going to ask is going to tell you no because you always see much more potential for your car. now i knew from the beginning that this car being revolutionary, because it's going to change a lot of things, you know, it's not going to be an easy road, but i'm firm believer in the technology, firm believer in the benefit of the car, and want it to work in a very resilient way in order to make progress. just compare the car to the high rates, in two, maybe ten
the focus. tennessee senator lamar alexander on how washington can rise above and overcome the debt threat. second hour of "squawk box" starts right now. >>> good morning and welcome to "squawk box" here on cnbc, i'm andrew ross sorkin along with joe kernen and becky quick. take a look at futures. ahead of the big jobs number which we will be getting in about an hour and a half, dow looks like it would open currently down about 9 points. nasdaq would be up marginally as would the s&p. but all of that likely to change as "squawk" rolls on. give you some of the numbers. let's get through some of the morning headlines. it is jobs friday. economists have become more optimistic as we approach the december employment report. the consensus dow jones forecast calling for 160,000 new nonfarm jobs up from myer forecast of 150,000. the unemployment rate seen coming in at 7.7%. congress also set to vote today, finally, on that 9.7 billion dollar relief funds for homes and business owners that were affected by floods from superstorm sandy. both the house and senate are expected to approve the measure.
to the south, freezing rain still the story here across parts of kentucky and into tennessee. this is where the freezing rain will fall during the morning hours. the roads are really going to be a mess. probably not enough here in lexington, louisville to bring down power lines or cause major issues. a lot of reports here, be careful on the roads anywhere in the south. and snow tonight, guys, as we head across mississippi, alabama, maybe georgia, winter is coming back. >> we know all about it. andrew was late this morning because winter was here. >> that is true. >> george washington bridge was not my friend this morning. >> we heard that you were not even on the bridge yet. they closed -- >> they closed -- apparently the bridge was shut down for a while. >> the upper level or lower level -- >> the west side highway of also having problems. we were literally going backwards on the highway. to see try to get out. >> bad. i have 33 miles. it was bad. it was bad. >> sleety and bad. >> okay. >>> let's talk banks. financial leaders coming together today at the annual meeting of the securities in
stretch and now looking real possible. they have a factory in tennessee and the new jetta has been received very well. >> audi is coming on, too. >> audi is terrific. they're a powerhouse. nothey are. >> you read about hyundai. some of those hyundais, sometimes i mistake them for mercedes. >> they do that on purpose. >> it used to be i misstake a hyundai for a 1972 corolla. that is so far from what hyundais are right now. >> toyota -- interesting you mention that, toyota is putting on a push to boost its styling in response to hyundai's success. >> overall, you're pretty optimistic where this year is headed. last year pretty great and think it will be better this year. >> one, the economy is getting better slowly. the other thing, the average age of vehicles on the road is near a record high, above a decade. people have to replace them. >> cramer loves ford. >> ford is -- >> isn't it the fusion kind of -- an interesting looking car, also a hybrid, too? >> they have about six flavors of the fusion and hybrid is one of them. a plug-in hybrid and regular hybrid. >> not really that ugl
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